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Picture is too wide, how can I adjust the width?

I took the back off but couldn't find a pot labled width or height like tvs used to have.

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Can't you set/adjust that on menu settings? If not, and no adjustable knob inside for width adjustment. You are now dealing its adjustment with MCU, or its eeprom ic. Check its required power supply it should be within spec. Better to have an schematic if you deals within its electronics parts.

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